Dell U3415W 34-Inch IPS Curved Monitor (2M:1, 300 cd/m2, 3440 x 1440, 8ms, HDMI/MHL/Mini DP/DP/USB) - £549.00 @ NRG:IT - HotUKDeals
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Dell U3415W 34-Inch IPS Curved Monitor (2M:1, 300 cd/m2, 3440 x 1440, 8ms, HDMI/MHL/Mini DP/DP/USB) - £549.00 @ NRG:IT

£549.00 @ NRG:IT
Diagonally Viewable Size: 86.5 cm - 34" (34-inch wide viewable image size) Aspect Ratio: Widescreen (21:9) Panel Type, Surface: In-plane switching, anti glare with hard coat 3H Optimal resolu…
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Diagonally Viewable Size: 86.5 cm - 34" (34-inch wide viewable image size)

Aspect Ratio: Widescreen (21:9)

Panel Type, Surface: In-plane switching, anti glare with hard coat 3H

Optimal resolution: 3440 x 1440 at 60Hz

Contrast Ratio: 1000 to 1 (typical)

Dynamic Contrast Ratio : 2 Million:1 (Max)

Brightness: 300 cd/m2 (typical)

Response Time: 8 ms (grey to grey) Normal Mode

5 ms ( grey to grey) FAST Mode

Viewing Angle: 178° vertical / 172° horizontal

Adjustability: Height-adjustable stand (115mm), tilt, swivel and built in cable-management

Colour Support: Colour Gamut (typical): 91% (CIE1976), sRGB 99% ( average Delta E of<3)

1.074 Billion colours

Pixel Pitch: 0.2325 mm

Backlight Technology: LED

Display Type: Widescreen Flat Panel Display

Display Screen Coating: Antiglare with hard-coating 3H

3 Year On Site Warranty with NRG IT
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#1
That is some serious viewing angle!
1 Like #2
Very nice, but now that I've gone 144hz I can't go back to 60hz for my main gaming screen...
2 Likes #3
NRG:IT are a great company, very good customer service and returns.

I bought a P2414H from them which had bad backlight bleed/IPS glow, they sent out another next day, nothing too much trouble.
1 Like #5
Thats a seriously good price. This is so weird as I have been looking at this exact monitor for the past couple of days and hovering over the buy button at amazon for £685...

So would people in general recommend NRG:IT, and whats their after sales support like?
#6
Is the 60hz refresh rate good enough for gaming? A lot of money for a screen... but looks really nice. However, this may be refurbished? From the website, but not the page with the monitor: "Refurbished Dell Monitors, Refurbished Dell Laptops, Dell All In Ones & Computer accessories are all available here at very competitive prices."

If this is the case, then these models mays suffer a lot of light bleed and thats why they could have been returned. Seems a common problem with these models

Edited By: danimal on Aug 29, 2016 18:20: adding comment
1 Like #7
danimal
Is the 60hz refresh rate good enough for gaming? A lot of money for a screen... but looks really nice. However, this may be refurbished? From the website, but not the page with the monitor: "Refurbished Dell Monitors, Refurbished Dell Laptops, Dell All In Ones & Computer accessories are all available here at very competitive prices."
If this is the case, then these models mays suffer a lot of light bleed and thats why they could have been returned. Seems a common problem with these models
If it's refurbished it'll have to state it in the listing? These will be new...
1 Like #8
60hz is fine for occasional gaming, if it's to use as a gaming monitor though you don't need the res, get a faster refresh and lower res..

Edited By: jldevoy on Aug 29, 2016 19:58
#9
pc5020
Thats a seriously good price. This is so weird as I have been looking at this exact monitor for the past couple of days and hovering over the buy button at amazon for £685...
So would people in general recommend NRG:IT, and whats their after sales support like?

I ordered a 24" 1080p Dell monitor to go with the monitor from this deal which I've had for a while now. The backplate the hid the cables was missing and there was a small scuff. They sent out a backplate and after sending in some photos, they refunded me a little as I was happy to keep it. Looking back I was being a bit rude when emailing, but they still compensated me for the damage. I was offered a 10% discount on future purchases before some cash back, which now I'm regretting taking with this monitor at this price. Great customer service.

I really like this monitor, but after a while the novelty of the size of it wears off like all larger panels finally do. The stands on these monitors are awesome in my opinion and it looks professional. Also, I've had success overclocking it to 75hz if that's any use to anyone - didn't like it when I pushed it further.
#10
550, getting there, getting there, another 10 months maybe, they will be down to about 400-450 x
#11
jldevoy
60hz is fine for occasional gaming, if it's to use as a gaming monitor though you don't need the res, get a faster refresh and lower res..

90% of PC gamers (if not higher?) surely use 60Hz. High refresh is desirable for hardcore FPS players looking for an advantage but hardly the norm.
#12
not great for professional use, as a curved screen would drive me nuts trying to design/animate on something like that...perfect for games though! heat!
#13
I've been looking for a price drop on this monitor for months, I'm obsessed with it. Not allowed it though :(
#14
I bought a flat aoc version a few months ago for a similar price. Given the choice, I would go for a curved version... the flat screen is kinda annoying at this horizontal resolution.
#15
:( I remember paying this much for a 20 inch 1600x1200 dell
2 Likes #16
jldevoy
60hz is fine for occasional gaming, if it's to use as a gaming monitor though you don't need the res, get a faster refresh and lower res..

Edited By: jldevoy on Aug 29, 2016 19:58

Rubbish, I game all the time on my 4k monitor at 60fps and id much rather the games look as good as they do than drop the res for more than 60fps. I've played at 1440 and the difference between that and 2160 is like night and day.
1 Like #17
beasty54
jldevoy
60hz is fine for occasional gaming, if it's to use as a gaming monitor though you don't need the res, get a faster refresh and lower res..
Edited By: jldevoy on Aug 29, 2016 19:58
Rubbish, I game all the time on my 4k monitor at 60fps and id much rather the games look as good as they do than drop the res for more than 60fps. I've played at 1440 and the difference between that and 2160 is like night and day.

You are playing a 4K slideshow. 1440 at 144Hz is on a different level, the immersion is massively improved, even just windows is improved. Set your monitor to 24Hz and see how bad it feels compared to 60Hz. It feels just as bad when you compare 60Hz vs 120Hz+.


Edited By: HedgyHoggy on Aug 30, 2016 02:42: facts
#18
MBeeching
jldevoy
60hz is fine for occasional gaming, if it's to use as a gaming monitor though you don't need the res, get a faster refresh and lower res..
90% of PC gamers (if not higher?) surely use 60Hz. High refresh is desirable for hardcore FPS players looking for an advantage but hardly the norm.

Yes most use 60hz, but that's generally because they don't have £500+ to blow on a new screen when the one they have still works fine. There's also the problem that as the resolution goes up so does the graphics card grunt needed to push it in games. Personally i think [email protected] IPS is the current sweet spot for combined gaming/desktop use without breaking the bank.


Edited By: jldevoy on Aug 30, 2016 03:06
1 Like #19
I found this useful link which helps explain some of the issues to think about when buying a monitor for gaming.

https://www.monitornerds.com/best-gaming-monitor-for-you-144hz-1440p-gsync-freesync-4k/

I use to play a lot of FPS games, so a little wary of buying this monitor. But so tempted all the same as my current monitor has the same refresh rate.
1 Like #20
not a bad price at all, had the x34 it was amazing for what it is but in a few games I needed extra fps, now with my z35 I'm more than happy with gaming but miss the extra resolution, this does tempt me because of Dells customer service,also people interested in this should look at the Acer XR34 75z free sync monitor which some have overclocked to 85hz and its £599-619
1 Like #21
Very nice.
#22
Can this be overclocked? I've heard people have managed to get LG curved panels to 85 Hz.
#23
GotBass
Can this be overclocked? I've heard people have managed to get LG curved panels to 85 Hz.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=glZc9X0s0R4
#24
yoyo59
GotBass
Can this be overclocked? I've heard people have managed to get LG curved panels to 85 Hz.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=glZc9X0s0R4

In other words no, as the comments in that thread and on other forums say that it suffers from frame skipping when overclocked.
1 Like #25
just to let everyone know, these are refurbished
#26
tomjwalker
just to let everyone know, these are refurbished
ahh don't think its a good deal now then. shame really
#27
tomjwalker
just to let everyone know, these are refurbished
Have they said that? I was led to believed the refurbished things on their site stated "seller refurbished" in the title...?
#28
mamboboy
tomjwalker
just to let everyone know, these are refurbished
Have they said that? I was led to believed the refurbished things on their site stated "seller refurbished" in the title...?

Please Note - The warranty is with NRG IT not the manufacturer

Manual and drivers disc may not be included, but they are easily found on the Dell website. This is a plug & play item so it should work straight out of the box.
1 Like #29
mamboboy
tomjwalker
just to let everyone know, these are refurbished
Have they said that? I was led to believed the refurbished things on their site stated "seller refurbished" in the title...?
Yes, contacted them about it, although I've bought from them before and they do usually come as new in most cases. here's an excert from their policy:
"Question: How do I tell which Dell products on your website are refurbished?
Answer: In short, all monitors, projectors, PCs and laptops on our website are classed as “Refurbished by Dell” unless stated otherwise. We will occasionally receive a batch of brand new stock from Dell, and if we do these items will clearly be marked as “Brand New” in the item title on our website."

Just trying to clear it up for people unsure. Either way, their warranty is brilliant and they do have great customer service if you weren't satisfied with it
#30
NRG are selling REFURBISHED items unless stated otherwise.
#31
sam0
NRG:IT are a great company, very good customer service and returns.
I bought a P2414H from them which had bad backlight bleed/IPS glow, they sent out another next day, nothing too much trouble.
+1 , they are excellent business , I had a U2414H from them for a year and half and recently had got dead pixels, after couple emails here and there they sorted me out with a replacement and fre DPD delivery and pickup of old faulty one. All in a couple of days :)

anyway
U2414H has anyone got one here and is still having issues with the DisplayPorts? also has anyone been able to overlcock the refresh rate? How do i do it
#32
kamy786rulz
sam0
NRG:IT are a great company, very good customer service and returns.
I bought a P2414H from them which had bad backlight bleed/IPS glow, they sent out another next day, nothing too much trouble.
+1 , they are excellent business , I had a U2414H from them for a year and half and recently had got dead pixels, after couple emails here and there they sorted me out with a replacement and fre DPD delivery and pickup of old faulty one. All in a couple of days :)
anyway
U2414H has anyone got one here and is still having issues with the DisplayPorts? also has anyone been able to overlcock the refresh rate? How do i do it

Do a factory reset. If not resolved return for a replacement. I have recently done this and replaced with an A01 with an A03 model. Its a known issue. Regarding the item on this page waiting for OLED.
#33
HedgyHoggy
beasty54
jldevoy
60hz is fine for occasional gaming, if it's to use as a gaming monitor though you don't need the res, get a faster refresh and lower res..
Edited By: jldevoy on Aug 29, 2016 19:58
Rubbish, I game all the time on my 4k monitor at 60fps and id much rather the games look as good as they do than drop the res for more than 60fps. I've played at 1440 and the difference between that and 2160 is like night and day.
You are playing a 4K slideshow. 1440 at 144Hz is on a different level, the immersion is massively improved, even just windows is improved. Set your monitor to 24Hz and see how bad it feels compared to 60Hz. It feels just as bad when you compare 60Hz vs 120Hz+.

Got the Pg279q myself 1440/165hz/gsync, what a dream. 4k does look great, but not sufficient to warrant giving up those high refresh rates.
#34
Xenochria
I've been looking for a price drop on this monitor for months, I'm obsessed with it. Not allowed it though :(

One day my friend. Keep the hope.
#35
Just want to add, NRGIT are brilliant for customer service, prices and delivery
#36
Had 7 Dell IPS widescreens off NRG so far for the office. All are perfect.. Did get a really cheap VA panel from them that started ghosting a year later. Support seems good.
#37
Anybody got one using this deal, are you happy with it?
#38
Ordered one last Thursday and was delivered Friday. Fantastic monitor. Very very happy. came with all brand new cables and the monitor it self looks brand new. Couldn't be happier with it
#39
koharbar
Ordered one last Thursday and was delivered Friday. Fantastic monitor. Very very happy. came with all brand new cables and the monitor it self looks brand new. Couldn't be happier with it

Thanks. Another quick question please, how does text and general windows desktop look on a curved monitor? I will be spending 8 hours per day coding on this thing, does the text look stretched in the middle? Thanks.
#40
WTF are you all talking about with your 144hz is better than 60hz? Consoles max out @ 60fps so by having 144hz you are not benefitting over 60hz, you're all talking out your asses.

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